Refer to Registration FAQs before using a wait list. It includes information on:
Repeating a course
Enrolling in a course through PAWS
WHEN TO USE A WAIT LIST
The wait lists will be opened when no more seats are available in a Chemistry course. We suggest that you change your schedule around to get an open seat. If you try to register for a course, find no seats are available, AND the wait list is not , please contact us at email@example.com.
If you get a paws error that says “available seats are reserved and you do not meet the reserve capacity requirements” that means the seats are reserved for various majors as requested by the department. Please find a different section to get a seat and a student may not get a preferred section or schedule. Students may need to change multiple courses in order to find a seat in one of our courses.
Fall and Spring
Do not use these lists to SWAP sections. Waitlists will not open until ALL unreserved seats are occupied. Please change your schedule to accommodate open seats.
General Chemistry I
This link is for CHE 201 only. The waitlist is now closed, an additional section for CHE201 E/E01 has been opened. 11/20/2023
General Chemistry II
This link is for CHE 202 only. The waitlist is now closed. An additional section of B/B01/B02 has been opened. 11/21/2023
Organic I Chemistry
This link is for CHE 331 only.
Organic II Chemistry
This link is for CHE 332 only. An additional section of J02 has been opened and the waitlist is closed. 11/20/2023
This link is for CHE 310 only. We have reached the maximum capacity for CHE310, please monitor PAWS if a seat opens. A double section is anticipated Fall of 2024. 11/21/2023
This link is for CHE 430 and CHE Minors only. The waitlist for CHE430 is closed. If you are a minor and want into this section, please email the chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. 11/21/2023
Upper Level Chemistry
All chemistry majors have been preregistered for their upper level courses, please contact Dr. Chan for additional help.
Summer Wait List
For current TCNJ students, and visiting students with a PAWS ID.